Frequently Asked Questions
What is the vision for the Day of Hope?
Over 1000 TFH members will demonstrate the love of Jesus by being good neighbors and engaging in service projects in our community throughout Rochester.
When is the Day of Hope?
Saturday, August 27.
Where do I go?
We will start at the Chili Campus at 715 Paul Rd.
What time do I need to arrive?
Arrive at the Chili Campus at 9a.
How long will the service project take?
The Day of Hope will take place between 9a-2p.
What project will I participate in?
Projects will be assigned on the morning of the Day of Hope at the Chili Campus.
How does lunchtime work?
You and your team will be provided a lunch when you arrive at the Chili Campus at 9a.
What types of project will we be engaged in?
Cleaning, simple landscaping, painting, building and other routine maintenance jobs
What type of locations will we be working at?
Schools, parks, recreation centers, non-profit agencies, group homes, churches, the TFH Life Center and neighborhood streets among others.
How do I sign up?
Register at tfhny.org/hope beginning August 3. If you do not wish to sign up online, visit Guest Central after any service in August.
What do I wear?
Wear clothing your are comfortable working in and getting dirty and close toed shoes.
What do I bring?
Energy and a great attitude!
How can I donate money?
Special “Hope Offerings” will be received each service during the Hope is Here during services in August. All donations will go to the various mission efforts TFH is engaged in (The Life Center, Feed My Starving Children, feeding children in Haiti and the Day of Hope projects.)
Does the Day of Hope accept business partnerships?
We will accept business partnerships in the form of donations, but we will not have business sponsorships such as logos etc.
How do I get a Day of Hope shirts?
Shirts will be for sale in the bookstore and cafe at each campus as well as at the Chili Campus on the day of the event.
What about special needs?
If you have special needs that we can accommodate, let us know in the “notes” portion of the nine registration.